How-to Setup Facebook Event Subscriptions


Facebook is the social media platform that I use most frequently throughout the day. Not because I like it, mind you. It’s all about going where the people are.

I’m not going to make a joke here. I’ll just let that hang in the air.

But seriously, I use Facebook as a part of my job at my church, where I manage both our Facebook page and group. Now, I’ve always preferred working on our website, thinking of it as the better investment of my time, especially since we have a theme designed specifically for churches with sermon and event support. However, it’s on this last point that Facebook surprised me this week.

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That Church Conference

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I’ve seen a lot of conferences out there for people that do digital ministry, but I have not yet seen one that does it specifically for these staff and volunteers. Sure, you have the Catalyst conference which is amazing, but that is more focused on Christianity as a whole faith and religion. Then you have […]

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Staff Writers’ Summer Reading List


Summer is in full swing, people! (At least in the Northern Hemisphere!) Time for some posts on how to get the most of summer. Let’s start off with the ubiquitous “Summer Reading List,” as selected by a few of the ChurchMag Staff Writers. Now, to be clear, these aren’t all books that we’re recommending for […]

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5 Reasons You Don’t Have Volunteers

Why You Dont Have The Volunteers You Need

Without volunteers, churches would never be able to fulfil God’s mission in their communities. Serving is critical for growth for both the givers and receivers that results from service. Skilled volunteers can be some of the most difficult to recruit. Graphic designers, developers and such, can be as scarce as they are needed. Why you […]

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The Power of Visual Content [Infographic]

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I love visual content. There, I said it. Whether it is infographics, videos, Pinterest, or memes, I prefer them to text-only posts nearly every time. I have always been a creative type stuck in the mind of an analyst and programmer, but truly the creative in me needs let out on occasion. So what is […]

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‘Faithful’ by Newsong [Saturday Morning Review]


Newsong’s latest album took me by surprise. I had the album sitting in a folder somewhere on my laptop for the longest time because it wasn’t one of those “anticipated” albums. I was in no rush to review it, or even listen to it. How wrong and ignorant I was. Although the “Faithful” album wasn’t […]

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